Novak Djokovic reveals two major goals for the upcoming years after a historic season

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Novak Djokovic reveals two major goals for the upcoming years after a historic season

World no. 1 Novak Djokovic has had a historic season so far, and it could become even better in a few days in Madrid. Novak claimed three Major titles in 2021 to match Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Also, the Serb secured the 37th Masters 1000 title in Paris to move in front of Rafael Nadal and became the only player with seven year-end no.

1 seasons. Djokovic stood one win away from securing the first calendar Grand Slam since 1969, failing to achieve that after losing to Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final but looking good to confirm the GOAT status in the next couple of years.

Novak leads Serbia at the Davis Cup Finals, giving his best to keep his country in contention after playing well in singles and doubles and hoping for another good performance against Croatia in the semi-final. Talking about his future goals in Madrid, Novak stated his focus has been on Major tournaments and team competitions.

Turning 35 next year, Djokovic is still eager to give his everything in the national jersey at the ATP Cup and the Davis Cup, alongside Major events where he has been a dominant figure since 2011.

Novak Djokovic will focus on Majors and team competitions from 2022.

"I have spoken about the importance of Majors.

I do not know if you have seen it or heard it, but when I talked about the most significant priorities at this stage of my career, I always said it's Majors and playing for the national team. Those are the two most important goals, let's say, that I have had throughout the years.

I feel so much motivation, and I'm inspired to be a part of the team. As long as I'm healthy, I'll be there for the captain. I will try to always be available because the team competitions like the Davis Cup and the ATP Cup provoke my most beautiful emotions.

I'm very motivated to play for Serbia. Of course, it means a lot to me personally and all of us because we, you know, we are also a relatively young team. Next to me, the guys are supposed to take the torch in the future and lead this national team.

Viktor retired this year as an active player, and now he's a captain. We are trying to find the right team that will be carrying our country's flag in the years to come. As long as I can contribute positively, I will be here," Novak Djokovic said.